[Trending Now] This UP GRAD With A Tattoo On Her Arm Went To The Naga City Band And Was Discriminated. Read her full message!
The post of a woman who has a body full of tattoo went viral because of the alleged discrimination she received from security guards ...
The post of a woman who has a body full of tattoo went viral because of the alleged discrimination she received from security guards of a bank in Naga City.
According to the post from Facebook page Think Ink, the unidentified woman, who claims to be a University of the Philippines graduate and a teacher, said she was stopped by the security guard of RCBC-Naga branch two times.
“This security guard stopped me twice from entering their bank and that was foul. 1st attempt to enter, He questioned me if i have money. Hmm, in the first place I was asking if i can open an account and do online transfer so it’s self-explanatory,” she said.
Even if she said she has money, the security guard halted her from the entering the bank by another guard.
“To my surprise when i tried to enter the 2nd time he stopped the guard that holds the door from opening then he ask about my id’s with unsure face while staring at my inks,” the sharer said.
According to her, it was obvious the guard was in doubt of her because of her tattoos.
“Yes kuya! May ID ako, me passport ako, me PRC ako lisensya ‘yun kuya teacher ako..Up grad ako bka need mo diploma..anu pa kuya? Grabe ka kuya ha makapanghusga ka ng tao..tandaan nyo yang ginawa nyo..!” she said.
She said people might judge for her looks but it would not hinder her daily life.
“So this is my open message to everyone. Yes ,I have a lot of tattoos but I am not a troublemaker. People always gave people label in the way they look and even in everything we do. Just go ahead and let them create labels because I don't give a f_ck. Come and judge me but make sure you have better credentials than I am.Anyway it is still nice to be back in my hometown Naga City for good and yes I am still staying and will be continuing whatever mission I am destined to do,” she said.
Currently, RCBC-Naga branch has not yet released a statement regarding with this post.
Currently, the post has more than eight thousand reactions and three thousand shares on Facebook.